Beer-making, garden supply building for sale

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An Eighth Avenue South property located a few blocks from downtown and home to a business that offers beer-, wine- and garden-making supplies has been listed for sale for $4.5 million.

The 0.47-acre property, which sits on the eastern fringe of Edgehill at 924 Eighth Ave. S., accommodates a one-story building constructed in 1979. That structure spans about 4,800 square feet and houses All Seasons Gardening and Brewing Supply Co.

An LLC owns the property, having paid $475,000 for it in July 2006, according to Metro records. The LLC is not affiliated with individuals who are known in the area’s commercial real estate community.

According to a LoopNet listing, the owners have enlisted both Joan Pinkley and Sam Jovanov, brokers with Bob Parks Realty Green Hills, to handle the marketing and sale of the property. Downtown Nashville’s inner-interstate loop is located about three blocks to the north of the property. The building home to All Season was last renovated in 2007.

All Seasons bills itself as offering items, decor and supplies related to gardens, organic gardening, hydroponics, winemaking and homebrewing. It has operated at the site since 2007, having originally been located at Hillsboro Plaza Shopping Center in Green Hills near the Donut Den.

The Post was unable to determine at publication time if the business will relocate once the property sells.

The for-sale property sits near a multi-parcel site on which a group of local real estate investors is exploring redevelopment options (read more here). That 16-parcel site — tentatively envisioned for a mixed-use project that could include office, hotel and retail spaces — has an address of 910 Eighth. It spans about 3.1 acres on the northeast fringe of Edgehill and offers an address of 925 Bass St.

The team, which owns the property via Eighth and Division Investments GP, is led by real estate investor Moni Advani.

As currently planned, the project would include a building with hotel and retail, a building with office and retail, and a parking structure hugging Interstate 65. Fort Negley sits on the opposite side of the interstate from the site.